(Bloomberg) -- Rescue workers from Japan to Singapore are rushing to the Philippines after the year’s most powerful typhoonflattened buildings and unleashed storm surges that may have killed as many as 10,000 people, and as a new storm approaches.
Super Typhoon Haiyan weakened into a tropical depression as it reached Vietnam yesterday, with no reports of casualties. A tropical depression is threatening Mindanao island in the southern Philippines and may pass through areas hit by Haiyan, prompting the weather bureau to issue the lowest storm warning in its four-level alert system.
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